Gerald Celente of the Trend Research Institute joins Jeff Rense on May 20, 2009.
There are almost $13 Trillion dollars that are in the pipeline and being pumped back into the economy.
When this bubble bursts, and it’s going to. What we’re concerned about is that they become emboldened by their failures. After this one, we’re concerned that the next bubble to burst may lead us to war. They do it all the time and it’s been going on since recorded history.
Most economic collapses in history have led to domestic violence or war. What makes this one any different?
The people aren’t going to be prepared.
When this thing goes under, once the banks come crashing down with them, there’s going to be economic chaos and some form of economic Marshal law.
As Jeff Rense points out, this may not be our idea of Marshal Law. Instead of soldiers on every street corner, we’re more likely to see bank holidays, food shortages and restrictions on the sale of certain items (i.e. gold). However, I wouldn’t rule out military intervention in the event of rioting and civil unrest. As Jeff Rense suggests — once the panic hits, there may be difficulty acquiring foods, medicine and other essential items and services.
Listen to Gerald Celente with Jess Rense May 20, 2009 (Part 1 of 4):
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